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Behind the scenes: how ice cream is made at Winstones

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What could be better on a hot and sunny bank holiday weekend than enjoying an ice cream on Rodborough Common, made by a family-run business that is fast approaching its centenary year? That’s what 8,000 people did over the Easter weekend when they visited Winstones Ice Cream.

DSC05289 | Behind the scenes: how ice cream is made at Winstones
From left: Dave Gardiner, production manager, Mollie Davis, trainee manager, and Tom Vear, sales director at Winstones.

Tom Vear, sales director, is fourth generation of the family and invited Stroud Times behind the scenes to see how their famous ice creams are made, and to explain a bit about the new range of dairy-free ices.

ice cream1 | Behind the scenes: how ice cream is made at Winstones
Winstones have introduced a range of dairy-free ice cream.

The company was established in 1925 by Tom’s great-grandparents, and still uses the same ice cream recipe to this day.

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